Welcome to AllWays Diving for Scuba Diving Services in Brisbane
Scuba Diving Services, equipment servicing, air fills and new equipment for the Brisbane Area.
AllWays Diving provides Scuba Services to Brisbane Scuba Divers.
All service work is guaranteed for the recommended service interval. Exceptions are physical damage, wear parts like hoses, batteries, diaphragm covers etcetera.
For new equipment, Check out Scubaonline.com.au
Call us for your Order on 07 3294 6373.
Always call us on the number above prior to any visit.
Winter is approaching!
Current waiting time is about 1 week depending on spare part availability.
Call us on 3294 6373 and book your equipment service.
Professional Service Facilities
Certified to service most scuba diving equipment
20 years of service experience to ensure your equipment is serviced to the highest standard.
AllWays Diving has a well equipped, designed and laid out Service Area. All scuba diving equipment serviced is done in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations and service specifications.
Only high quality oxygen compatible lubricants are used. All equipment is serviced to Recreational Nitrox specifications.
Genuine Service kits are used. All ORings are replaced, whether included in the genuine service kit or not. You test your equipment at collection time and sign off to confirm you have inspected and tested the equipment.
Servicing is Available for most makes of equipment as long as Service Kits are available.
Recent Dives and Dive Trips
Dive to Cook Island off Tweed Heads.
This is a Boat Dive for Sunday 4th June.
Expected meet time is 12:45 departting 13:30. The meet and departure time is to be confirmed.
Meeting Place is Fingal Road, Fingal Head. Across the road from the Sheoak Shack Gallery Cafe.
Click Here on Photos to see the Gallery of the Last Dive we have photos of.
We try to take photos each dive but water turbidity may make this impossible.
Walindi Tour 2016
The Walindi Resort is situated on the shore of Kimbe Bay on the PNG island of New Britain. It has 2 periods each year of about 12 weeks or so in duration when there is little or no wind. It is possible to dive for day after day with the sea having a glassy surface and no current.
Papua New Guinea Tour of Walindi August 2016